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Also I have never seen a Glock 32 in the hands of THP. The troopers get a 31 and 33.

(Ret.)Col. Mike Walker was wearing one at speech one time but he may have been the only one.

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Centerville PD carry a Beretta PX4 in .40. I was at the 911 center when an officer was more than willing to pull his loaded firearm to show it to me and wave it around the room.

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Centerville PD carry a Beretta PX4 in .40. I was at the 911 center when an officer was more than willing to pull his loaded firearm to show it to me and wave it around the room.

I don't what's more sad, that behavior or the fact that I am not the least but surprised.

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Trousdale Co. Sheriffs Dept. Glock 22 40 S&W

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I am so amazed at the ones that carry the Glock 21 . Lucky bastards ! (bastards is meant in a good way , hehe)

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Correction to the list. Cumberland County Sheriff's Department Road Officers carry the Glock 21. Investigators carry the Glock 30. Crossville Police Department carries Sig P229 in 40 S&W.

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I don't what's more sad, that behavior or the fact that I am not the least but surprised.

Yo Caster, are you from Centerville?

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Belle Mead Patrol...G21.

Lavergne Patrol...G21.

Smyrna Patrol...G22 or 23 (officer choice). Smyrna SWAT...XD45acp. Smyrna Defectives (:whistle:)...G27.

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Tennessee state university TSU S&W M&P not sure of caliber I believe .40s&w.

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Theres something about XD45's and SWAT I'm noticing.

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Theres something about XD45's and SWAT I'm noticing.

Unfortunately...

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Confirmed-Chattanooga State Community College: M&P 45 with thumb safety and mag safety

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This doesn't matter much so feel free to delete this post, but TBI only provided new Gen 4 Glocks for personnel who had duty weapons over 5 years old.

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The Bartlett PD gun is correct (P226), but the caliber should be .357 Sig, not .40 S&W.

Also, University of Memphis Police carries the same P229 DAK in .40 as Memphis P.D.

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I talked to a Security officer @ the Y-12 facility in Oak Ridge and they recently switched to Sig P226. Great post. Very interesting.

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And that would be one of the few things that the Department of Energy and I agree on. ^^^^

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I remember the old guns were 45's but I dont remember what model.

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And that would be one of the few things that the Department of Energy and I agree on. ^^^^

What are some others?

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